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Can a man be sexy in an apron?

Can a man be sexy in an apron?

To all those who moan when asked to don a shapeless jumpsuit to do DIY, it would be fashionable for them to have in their kitchen an apron that is neither pastel pink, nor finished with lace, nor flanked by slogan "Keep Calm and Eat Chocolate". Don't be surprised if the man has some reluctance to don this wondergirly costume (especially if you ask him to prepare cupcakes).
Obviously I would like a world where no woman would mock the cut of her pilot suit when she goes kart and where men would totally make fun of putting on colorful kitchen gloves. The fact is that today we are not there yet. That's why we should all have aprons for both sexes at home (or unisex if you want). And that's why the idea of ​​the brand Rabbit Chasseur caught my eye: create aprons and tea towels that are neither pastel pink, nor finished with lace, nor flanked by the slogan "Keep calm and eat chocolate" (yes, I know, I repeat myself). We all agree that a man who cooks is sexy, so I'm sure you will find that a man who cooks with an apron that matches him is even sexier. Proof in picture with the Rabbit Hunter aprons.



And since we were talking about solidarity economy this week, or at least responsible economy, imagine that I discovered this brand by reading the municipal magazine of my city (yes, I read the municipal magazine). Because the Rabbit Hunter creations are imagined in a room less than a kilometer from my home. The aprons and tea towels are made of linen, woven in the Vosges, the patterns are printed in a small village in the Rhône and the labels are homemade. In short, the 100% "Made in France" that makes men (even more) sexy in the kitchen.
Hunting rabbit, apron € 90 and tea towel € 35.